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Service dog for the blind A Vet's Life
Service Dog Stands Between Blind Guardian and Bus
You'll be simply awestruck when you learn about the service dog that jumped in front of a moving bus to protect the person he loved most.
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Little Boy Makes Incredible Recovery with the Help of Therapy Dog A Pet's Life
Little Boy Makes Incredible Recovery with the Help of Therapy Dog
A truly heartwarming story of a little boy who suffered a traumatic brain injury makes an incredible recovery when he meets a therapy dog named Colonel.
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Police Dogs May Face Early Retirement—Find Out Why! A Pet's Life
Police Dogs May Face Early Retirement—Find Out Why!
With the legalization of marijuana approaching in Oregon, police dogs may be looking for early retirement.
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New Study Shows Therapy Dogs Can Support Cancer Treatment A Vet's Life
New Study Shows Therapy Dogs Can Support Cancer Treatment
The first study of its kind points to evidence that dog lovers have long awaited. See what happens when therapy dogs are introduced to cancer patients.
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4 Paws for Ability: A Mission to Connect Service Dogs with Disabled Children A Vet's Life
4 Paws for Ability: A Mission to Connect Service Dogs with Disabled Children
After struggling to obtain a service dog of her own, Karen Shirk started an organization to unite these hero dogs with brave girls, boys and veterans.
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Officers Salute a Brave Service Dog at the End of His Life A Pet's Life
Officers Salute a Brave Service Dog at the End of His Life
Several officers come together to salute their brave service dog, Sultan, as his career comes to an end. Read the heartwarming goodbye here.
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A Vet's Life
Operation Freedom Paws: War Veterans Connect With Amazing Dogs
Find out why Dr. Ruth MacPete thinks so highly of this charitable organization connecting veterans with the dogs they need.
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service dogs A Vet's Life
Brain Scans May Predict the Best Service Dogs
DARPA, the military’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, is using the latest in medical technology to determine if young pups can be scientifically tested to determine the best candidates for service.
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